Zhoushan Archipelago New Area
|Zhoushan Archipelago New Area|
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
Zhoushan Archipelago, officially known as Zhoushan Archipelago New Area (simplified Chinese: 舟山群岛新区; traditional Chinese: 舟山群島新區; pinyin: Zhōushān Qúndǎo Xīn Qū), is the newly established state-level new area (special economic and political administration zone) under the direct control of Zhoushan Municipal Government on 7 July 2011. Zhoushan Archipelago New Area was approved by the State Council of China's Central Government as the fourth state-level new area (following Pudong of Shanghai, Binhai of Tianjin, and Liangjiang of Chongqing), which is also the second state-level new development area in East China.
- ^ Wang, Shen. "China approves Zhoushan Archipelago New Area to promote oceanic economy" . Xinhua. Retrieved 22 January 2014.